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This is a discussion on All-Weather mats within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I have a hole in them after 6500 miles of use. normal driving conditions wearing mostly sneakers. good thing they ...

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    All-Weather mats

    I have a hole in them after 6500 miles of use.
    normal driving conditions wearing mostly sneakers.

    good thing they were for free.
    Last edited by BlueBlurr; 03-05-2007 at 04:11 PM.

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    Mine bug the crap out of me because they slide forward all the time. I wish Subaru had better anchors for the factory floormats, like VW does. The floormats in my wife's GLI have double anchors, and they're awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychobooe View Post
    Mine bug the crap out of me because they slide forward all the time. I wish Subaru had better anchors for the factory floormats, like VW does. The floormats in my wife's GLI have double anchors, and they're awesome.
    A WRX with the quality of an Audi..humm there goes the priice. Ah wait...that's the AllRoad..my dream car. Too freakin expensive.
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    True...my WRX has the power and drivertrain, but the VW GLI has an amazing interior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psychobooe View Post
    Mine bug the crap out of me because they slide forward all the time. I wish Subaru had better anchors for the factory floormats, like VW does. The floormats in my wife's GLI have double anchors, and they're awesome.
    I had the same problem with my all weather mats. I used a hole punch to put a hole in the mat and then Zip tied it to the post on the carpet.
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    Yeah my Audi A4 has two anchors that the mats snap into, and they are really heavy duty, thick rubber. VW knows what they're doing.
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    Mine's lasted over 100,000 miles. Still no problem, but the one everyone else has mentioned. It slides forward. I should try that zip tie method.
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    I don't think I can zip tie mine to the anchor in the carpet, because the anchor kept coming out with my original mats. Any suggestions on what else I can zip tie the mats too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jordanretro1223 View Post
    Yeah my Audi A4 has two anchors that the mats snap into, and they are really heavy duty, thick rubber. VW knows what they're doing.
    My previous car was a 2001 A4 18t spport package...loved it but at 130K I was happy I traded in for the WRX.
    Of course quality wise we are on 2 different universes...but the Subie engine doesn't make me miss the Audi a bit.

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    FWIW, I've found that Subaru's all-season mats don't slide around nearly as much if you put them on top of the standard carpeted floormats.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GetawayInBouldr View Post
    FWIW, I've found that Subaru's all-season mats don't slide around nearly as much if you put them on top of the standard carpeted floormats.
    +1 mine dont slide at all
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    eerie

    I just found a hole in mine too and I have 6300 miles. Timing!! hehe

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    my 07 has anchors for the mats. seems like i lucked out.

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    Husky liners > all
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    Quote Originally Posted by 02radioflyer View Post
    Husky liners > all
    only for ther rear?

    http://www.autopartswarehouse.com/pe...=313&year=2006

    nevermind just keep scrolling down..
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